Cape/Jackson police reports 12/26/03
Friday, December 26, 2003
The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt.
DWI Jeremy T. McDowell, 21, of 1532 Wayne, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and failure to maintain a single lane.
Arrests William J. Johnson, 19, of 510 N. Fountain, No. 5, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of domestic assault.
Aric L. Thatch, 33, of 150 St. Thomas Lane, New Madrid, Mo., was arrested Wednesday on a Parma, Mo., warrant for failure to appear.
Thefts A cell phone was reported stolen Tuesday at 353 S. Kingshighway.
A Missouri license plate bearing 410KYL was reported stolen Tuesday.
Tools were reported stolen by Holloway Carpet and Flooring Tuesday at 831 S. Kingshighway.
Bicycles were reported stolen Tuesday at 516 Cape Meadows.
A dashboard was reported damaged and stereo equipment and CDs stolen Wednesday at 921 Hackberry.
A vehicle door was reported damaged and stereo equipment and CDs stolen Wednesday at 921 Hackberry.
A vehicle window was reported broken and pool cues and CDs stolen Wednesday at 707 Broadway.
A vehicle window was reported broken and a CD player and coat stolen Wednesday at 301 N. Pacific.
A Nokia cell phone was reported stolen Wednesday at 808 N. Park.
DVDs and a karaoke machine were reported stolen Thursday at 622 Jefferson.
Burglaries A burglary was reported Tuesday by Physicians Associates at 3250 Gordonville Road. Cash drawers were damaged.
A burglary was reported Thursday at 1424 William. A door was damaged and a PlayStation 2 was taken.
A vehicle was reported damaged Tuesday at 142 Green Acres.
Mailboxes were reported damaged Wednesday at 3201, 3132 and 3212 Lakewood Drive; 3320 Belleau; 2524 Tulip; 1617 Bel Air; 3518 Old Hopper Road; and 1825 Oak Hills.
Illegal dumping was reported Wednesday at the 200 block of Pearl Street.Jackson
A peace disturbance was reported Tuesday at the 900 block of West Independence.
Theft was reported Tuesday at the 1400 block of Old Cape Road.